Bite Beauty has reformulated and is shipping out the reformulated version of Shade #001 to customers who purchased the shade. It’s an impressive move, even if the reformulated version isn’t stellar (I’ll let you know when I get mine!), because it’s always nice to see a brand listen to their customers and react appropriately.
You can find my original review here. Updated: Reader Julie just let me know that Shade #001 is also back in stock and it’s gone!
It was nicely pigmented with color that could be applied at true-to-pan intensity. The texture was soft with a fairly silky feel that didn’t get too powdery–the least powdery shade I’ve tested so far from the new HD range–that blended easily on the skin. I also found that despite seeming rather shimmery when swatched, the finish is softer and more luminous than a true frost on the skin. It seemed to buff and diffuse especially well in practice. When I wore this blush (or bronzer), it stayed on well for seven and a half hours before fading.
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NARS Panic Dual-Intensity Blush ($45.00 for 0.21 oz.) will release on March 4th at Sephora/NARS and then at other retailers on April 1st. There are six duos in the Dual-Intensity formula, so they’re a wet and dry formulation. Here are some sneak peek swatches to mull over why I work my way through testing them